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From Anthony Horowitz a Groosham make that gruesome new adventure Sent to Groosham Grange as a last resort by his frustrated parents thirteen year old David Eliot uickly discovers that his new boarding school is very Anthony Horowitz wrote Groosham Grange before the Harry Potter series came out yet it is hard to read Groosham without comparing it to Harry Potter David Eliot is 10 year old boy who does not know he is a sorcerer until his father recieves a strange letter in the mail inviting David to a special school David s parents are far worse than the Dursleys and so Groosham Grange makes a welcome change for David except that there are clearly strange things going on there Students disappear from the library and the teachers don t seem to be human Groosham Grange is filled with puns and oddball humor an Anthony Horowitz staple When I met Anthony Horowitz a few years ago he said that David Eliot was the character most like himself and that David s bad report cards from school were based on bad report cards that Anthony himself had received as a boy I recommend this book

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Groosham Grange

Peculiar New pupils are made to sign their names in blood the French teacher cancels classes on days there's a full moon there are chilling secrets hidden in the assistant headmaster's office What's the meaning of the I loved this book when I was a child of about 11 years old an I always wanted to re read it Byt maybe I shouldn t have done that because it has lost his magic I always looked forward to Fridays when the teacher was reading us from this book but now I couldn t wait to finish it Not because of the magic but because of the plain and simple writing I love Anthony Horowitz but sometimes you need to read books for children when you re a child

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Black rings everyone wears Where do the other pupils vanish to at night Suddenly his biggest problem isn't staying in school it's getting out alive For Anthony Horowitz's legion of fans this fun thriller is a must ha Strange incredibly gruesome and somewhat pointless Oh well I guess horror often is


10 thoughts on “Groosham Grange

  1. says:

    The characters in this book are stereotypical and flat you've got the fat kid who seems like he will be a bigger secondary character but then disappears halfway through the story Then there's the tomboy girl best friend that doesn't really do anything I never bonded with the main character and felt like he was just a puppet of the author not a real person Let's face it we read books to escape not to follow a lifeless boy

  2. says:

    Anthony Horowitz wrote Groosham Grange before the Harry Potter series came out yet it is hard to read Groosham without comparing it to Harry Potter David Eliot is 10 year old boy who does not know he is a sorcere

  3. says:

    I thought this book was very captivating and intriguing as it was focused around David Eliot's disappointing schooling experiences that led him to a paranormal world After getting expelled for poor conduct he is offered a place at Groosham G

  4. says:

    I picked this for a read aloud for Logan 10 JB 8 and Soren 6 Logan gave it 4 stars JB 4 13 and Soren 4 14 You can tell that Horowitz is a screen writer; there were so many passages at the beginning that read like a movie Whenever we'd tell someone else about this book they'd say Now what movie was this The first part wa

  5. says:

    I loved this book when I was a child of about 11 years old an I always wanted to re read it Byt maybe I shouldn't have done that because it has lost his magic I always looked forward to Fridays when the teacher

  6. says:

    This book is like Harry Potter but brutal and wickedly funny This tale is about David who comes from a household comprising a very brutal and boorish dad David has six older siblings though we never meet any of them making him the seventh son of the seventh son After being expelled again from school he receives an invitation to attend an unusual school located on an island He is practically forced to attend by

  7. says:

    this book was just horrible It's about 100 and so pages and yet it took me weeks to finish I kept putting it down and picking it back I literally had to make myself finish They parents were horrible That who is wheel chairbound was very abusive physically and verbally to both David and his mother I can't imagine kids read

  8. says:

    Strange incredibly gruesome and somewhat pointless Oh well I guess horror often is

  9. says:

    This is my first Anthony Horowitz book It is story about a boy David Eliot who is seventh son of seventh of seventh son and thus born with magical abilities of which he is completely unaware of Book opened with David's parents are bickering because he got expelled from school so they enroll him to Groosham Grange a schoo

  10. says:

    This is one of those stories like Granny which has these irritating adults and a powerless child David gets expelled from his school and he is a disappointment for his crazy and old fashioned parents However Groosham Grange a new school invites him to come onboard David will meet two other students during to the journey to school Jill and a